Letters to the editor
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To the Editor:On June 14, THE Providence Journal published an editorial entitled “Mr. Montanaro’s $50,000 perk.” The piece was a refresher on why Rhode Island has languished at the … more
To the Editor: Working together to benefit the taxpayers of Warwick, last month the City Council passed an ordinance that will directly support local businesses. The ordinance addresses the solicitation of bids for the city. While reviewing bids on the more
To the Editor: As we enter the last week of legislative session, it is more important now than ever for Rhode Island residents to call their state senators and encourage them to vote yes" on H-6023. This is a modest anti-cruelty bill that will allow" more
To the Editor: America was once a nation of nationalistic adventurers. It was believed that Manifest Destiny allowed our forefathers to attempt to eliminate an entire race of individuals form the face of the earth in order to claim their lands for more
To the Editor: I grew up in Buttonwoods. I went to Park School in the '60s. I rode my bike on Metropolitan Drive, playing with my cousins, who lived down the street. I have great memories of those days. I remember another time in Buttonwoods, too. more
To the Editor:Retired teacher Jeffery Miner’s letter, “Teachers made up the Union” (Beacon 9/14/17), facetiously questioned my knowledge that the teachers constitute the union. Let … more
To the Editor: According to a new report by the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network, the current Rhode Island budget is short sighted when it comes to funding tobacco control programs that that would decrease the number of Rhode Islanders more
To the Editor:On April 1 I had the privilege of joining 23 other WWII veterans on Rhode Island’s 15th “Honor Flight” to Washington, D.C. There we toured the various monuments and … more
To the Editor: Where's the outcry against nuclear weapons? While many of us have marched for science, climate change, human rights, homelessness and jobs, one of the most serious problems we face is seemingly being ignored. The threat of nuclear war has more
To the Editor: Regarding your editorial in the Warwick Beacon on September 28, “The truly disgraceful stance,” I would like to address two issues.First, racism is completely unacceptable … more
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